Notice Of Individual Competence Assessment (Real Competence Assessment) In Higher Adult Education (Vvu) And Diploma Courses In Further Education System For Adults

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om individuel kompetencevurdering (realkompetencevurdering) i videregående voksenuddannelser (VVU) og diplomuddannelser i videreuddannelsessystemet for voksne

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Overview (table of contents) Chapter 1 Purpose

Chapter 2 assessment of the real competencies

Chapter 3 Real competence evidence

Chapter 4 rights and obligations

Chapter 5 quality assurance

Chapter 6 entry into force The full text of the ordonnance on individual competence assessment (real competence assessment) in higher adult education (VVU) and diploma courses in further education system for adults

Under section 15 (b), paragraphs 3 and 4, § 30 and section 32 nr. 1 of the law on vocational education and higher education (further education system) for adults, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 1051 of 29. August 2007, fixed:

Chapter 1


§ 1. Individual competence assessment (real competence assessment) aims to provide recognition of the applicant's total knowledge, skills and competence in relation to a higher adult education (VVU) or a diploma.

(2). Assessment shall be carried out in relation to either the access requirements for or's specifications for a training or parts thereof.

(3). Recognized real skills can be used for education in further education system for adults or as evidence of skills for use in the labour market.

Chapter 2

Assessment of competences

§ 2. Real competence assessment is carried out by educational institutions that are approved to provide the education or training parts, as real competence assessment shall be carried out in relation to.

(2). The institution shall ensure that the competences recognised, can be equated with the admission requirements and objectives set for the education and the education parts, as the assessment is carried out in relation to.

(3). Recognition of real competence provided by the educational institution, which has carried out competence assessment, in the form of access certificate, certificate of competence or evidence of education and training.

(4). Recognition of real competence cannot be granted if a decision on the basis of the same evidence previously taken by another institution in relation to the same training.

§ 3. Real competence assessment carried out at the request of the applicant, as in a written request specifying the training and the certificate, which is the starting point for the assessment. It is the applicant's responsibility to collect and present the appropriate documentation for the competencies to be assessed.

(2). The educational institution may refuse to implement a real competence assessment, if it considers that the applicant's documented competencies do not, or only to a limited extent, is similar to the access requirements or objectives for the education or the training components which are the basis for the assessment.

§ 4. When applying for real competence assessment applicant shall submit relevant documentation for the competencies to be assessed. The documentation may consist of proof of previously completed education, knowledge and skills, etc., which are gained through work experience, proof of employments, stays abroad, participation in training and education activities, including educative teaching, as well as documentation from an employer or the applicant's own description of relevant experience from, for example, volunteering, and the like.

(2). On the basis of the documentation submitted by the applicant for competencies assess training institution, whether or not there is a basis for initiating a real competence assessment, see. § 3, paragraph 2.

§ 5. The institution may, on the basis of a preliminary assessment of the available evidence, and once the decision cannot be taken on the basis of the presented material, organize real competence assessment as an individual course, which can be a coherent progression or a split flow. The educational institution shall organise the involvement of the applicant, how the assessment process must be carried out.

(2). The educational institution must in the individually designed courses using methods that provide the applicant with an opportunity to demonstrate and have assessed the competencies that are relevant to the entry requirements, level requirements and statements of the education or the training components that form the basis for competency assessment. As a method for assessment of the individual's level of theoretical knowledge and practical skills can be used, among other things, the evaluation of the submitted written documentation, interviews, assessment forms, tests and samples, etc. The assessment shall be based on an estimate of the individual applicant's collective knowledge, skills and competencies.

§ 6. Real competence assessment prepared under section 5, paragraph 1, shall not have a duration equal to one week. The educational institution shall announce the result of real competence assessment to the applicant within two weeks after the end of the assessment.

(2). By real competence assessment with a view to the inclusion of a training regulation. § 8, paragraph 2, establishes the educational institution time deadlines for the submission of the application. Deadlines are published on the educational institution's home page.

Chapter 3

Real evidence of competence

§ 7. The educational institution provides recognition of the applicant's real competences in terms of access, the certificate of competence or evidence of formal qualifications. Of the evidence to be presented, what entry requirements, educational parts or training, which is given in recognition of.

§ 8. The educational institution provides recognition of the applicant's real skills in the form of an entry certificate, if the institution or, as appropriate, of formal Board estimates that competences can be equated with the stipulated entry requirements for a course or to parts of a training.

(2). An access certificate provides access to search recording on that training or to parts of the education at all educational institutions, which are authorized to provide training, as long as the entry requirements, as the applicant's competencies are assessed in relation to the real, is applicable.

§ 9. The educational institution provides recognition of the applicant's real skills in the form of a certificate of competence if the institution or, as appropriate, the Tribunal believes that the Qualification skills correspond to elements of a training or parts of an education.

(2). A certificate of competence specifies which elements of an education, for example, parts of a fagmodul, or what parts of an education, for example, one or more fagmoduler that are granted recognition under the subject's target/level.

§ 10. The educational institution provides recognition of the applicant's real competences in terms of evidence, if the institution or, as appropriate, the Tribunal believes that the skills Qualification corresponds to an entire education.

(2). Evidence indicates the training for which the real competencies recognised.

§ 11. The educational institution may recognise real competencies corresponding to the access requirement for at least two years of relevant professional experience, see. Article 15, paragraph 3, regardless of when these skills are achieved.

§ 12. A diploma is the result of an overall real competence assessment, where several institutions have participated, shall be issued by the institution, where the latest assessment is made.

§ 13. Certificate is issued to and belongs to the one who has been made real competence assessment.

Chapter 4

Rights and duties

§ 14. Persons whose skills real competence are assessed by an educational institution, and who are not enrolled in the institution, are not covered by the rules applicable to the students at the institution.

Chapter 5

Quality assurance

§ 15. Decision on refusal of implementing real competence assessment and the recognition of real competence must be notified in writing and justified. Decisions shall contain complaint Guide.

(2). The institution may, if it is considered that the documentation could be used to achieve recognition of the real competences in relation to a related training, in the decision to make the applicant aware of this possibility. Such a reference is indicative.

§ 16. The educational institution shall publish on its website the real competence assessment methods and procedures. The institution may, however, deviate from the published guidelines, when it is deemed necessary to use individual procedures for the processing of an application.

§ 17. The educational institution shall ensure that persons involved in the real competence assessment, has the necessary qualifications for the training, in relation to which the competence assessment is carried out.

§ 18. The educational institution must advise and inform the applicant before and during the individual competence assessment, see. § 22.

§ 19. Educational institutions carry out quality assurance and development of the methods used by the competence assessment.

(2). Educational institutions are evaluating the results of the carried out real competency assessments and shall carry out the necessary follow-up on evaluations.

Chapter 6

Entry into force of the

§ 20. The notice shall enter into force on 16 September. January 2008.
The Ministry of education, the 10. January 2008 P.M.V. Jens Strunge Peasant head/Amanda Fossat